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-- >> are our brains charging us by the hour. >> yes, they are expensivement isn't it nice we can use that word as a known and verdict. we marshal the facts to fit our beliefs that we already hold. if are you a conservative you read "the wall street journal," you listen conservative talk radio and filter everything, and only find and remember the things that support what you already believe. if are you a liberal you read "the new york times", listen to progressive talk radio cash did -- i guess nobody does, you listen npr and you find all the facts that fit that and everybody has the data. so who is right. and so the only way to tell really the difference between these true patterns and false patterns is science. >> stephen: really? >> really. >> stephen: you think science is the answer. >> yeah, i'm not joke being that. >> stephen: you're not jock being science but isn't that just your belief? are you a skeptic, you are inclined to believe that skepticism, the scientific method is the right idea but that is so that you look for evidence out there in the world that evidence is a good thing to l
. they goat more et more expensiv. the decision to ditch the unlimited plan leaves sprint as the last top tier cell provider with unlimited data. at&t and mobile put limits on their plans. a new deal for unemployed homeowners means you'll have a little more time to get back on your feet before you are kicked to the curb. for more on that and news before the bell is danielle kennedy. good morning. >> good morning. stock futures are higher this morning after a positive day yesterday. a day marked by very light trading volume about it that isn't that uncommon in the summer vacation months. investors are shrugging off a handful of reports instead keeping their eyes on the prize looking to friday's job numbers and earnings season which kicks off next week. we'll get a fresh snapshot on the jobs market with numbers on people filing for unemployment and the adp report which tracks private sector jobs. asian and european markets are higher and the dow rose 56 points yesterday to 12,626, the nasdaq up 8 to 2834. the obama administration is trying to offer more help to unemployed homeowners. reports say
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